Dukas' The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Noa Wildschut in Saint-Saëns' Violin Concerto No. 3
- Michael Waterman
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Noa Wildschut is soloist with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in Saint-Saëns Third Violin Concerto. A musical journey', praised NRC. Dukas' symphonic poem The Sorcerer's Apprentice is a magical water ballet.
Noa Wildschut plays Saint-Saëns
The new generation of top violin talents is anticipated by Noa Wildschut. Today she is soloing in Saint-Saëns' Third Violin Concerto. NRC praised the way Wildschut makes the musical journey central in this work. She had whispered conversations with the clarinet, made tender love to the oboe, and let herself drift on the saturated tone of the strings'. Saint-Saëns wrote the Third Violin Concerto in Spain. The wanderlust composer incorporated oriental influences into his opera Samson and Delilah. This morning, the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing the rousing Bacchanale from this.
The sorcerer's apprentice
By Paul Dukas, James Gaffigan conducts the symphonic poem The Sorcerer's Apprentice . In this ballad by Goethe, an overconfident sorcerer's apprentice brings half the interior to life when the master is away. But this does not turn out as he had hoped. Dukas' work became world-famous after it was used by Disney in the film Fantasia. With Mickey Mouse in the role of the sorcerer's apprentice.